Architectural & Interior Photography Services in Singapore and SE Asia.

My goal is to offer the highest quality architectural and interior photography services in Singapore. Architectural photography is a very specialised field and it requires unique equipment, lighting and post processing techniques that are unique to these forms of photography services. I work with the 42 Megapixel Sony A7R iii, Manfrotto 410 Geared Tripod Head and my main architectural photography lens which is the Canon TS-E f/3.5 24mm II Tilt-Shift Lens.  I also use the Canon TS-E 17mm f/4L Tilt-Shift Lens for wider shots, a Canon TS-E 50mm f/2.8L Macro Tilt-Shift Lens for tighter shots, the Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 L Macro Lens for detail shots and food photography and the Sony FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM for detail shots and portraits. I own various other lenses for specialty shots and situations.

Interior Photography Lighting

Lighting for interior photography also requires very specialised techniques. Architects and Interior Designers put a considerable amount of effort into how the natural light and the lighting fixtures will control the mood of the space. My goal with lighting is to reinforce this natural light while keeping the colours, textures and tones pure. 

One unique architectural lighting technique I use is to manually flash areas of the frame that can’t be reached from out of frame lights and then I blend these flash exposures together with Photoshop in post. This depends entirely on the existing lighting in the room and the look you are going for. From a more natural look to a more edgy and contrasty look drawing your eyes to certain features with light.

Interior Photography Composition Techniques

I also shoot with a system which allows me to view a live feed from the camera on my tablet as well as tethered to my laptop for critical shots. This allows me to propose and review shots with clients during the shoot so they know they exact angles and lighting in the final images. It also allows me to dress the room and move objects within in the frame from across the room while looking through the lens on the iPad. The symmetry of objects in the room always looks different through the lens than it does to the eye standing next to the camera.

Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss a photography project for your business or any other location.

To see an updated listing of my photography services please view my Recent Work Blog which I constantly update with new Commercial Photography services and 360 Virtual Tours, professional and personal.

You can view “before and after” images my work  here to see before and after lighting and post processing of the images.

A larger selection of my photography work is available on my photography portfolio page.

You can view my PDF portfolio and download it here.